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Old 01-13-2007, 08:40 AM
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Default Realtek RTL811OS/8169S Gigabit Boot Agent, Abit IS7-E2G

Hi everyone!

When I start my computer I get a message that says "Realtek RTL811OS/8169S Gigabit Boot Agent press Shift-F10 to configure"

Before it just stopped there but I let the BIOS be in charge of USB support and it let me through it.
But it still fails sometimes to get into windows. And it fails to install windows properly.
People have said it has something to do with some network boot, but I still dont get it were it is on my bios.
Lan Boot ROM is disabled, Boot other device is disabled, OnChip Serial ATA is on Auto.

I can choose from these Menus.

SoftMenu Setup
Standard CMOS Features
Advanced BIOS Features
Advanced Chipset Features
Integrated Peripherals
Power Managment Setup
Pnp/PCI Configurations
PC Health Status
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults
Set Password
Save & Exit Setup
Exit Without Saving

Please help me:(

Abit IS7-E2G Motherboard
Sapphire Radeon 9800 Atlantis PRo 128mb
Kingston ValueR 1024mb
Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz Boxed PC800 Socket PGA478
Samsung SpinPoint P80 160gb S-ATA 8mb cache 7200RPM
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Old 01-13-2007, 04:20 PM
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have you tried resetting your BIOS?
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Old 01-13-2007, 05:28 PM
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Yepp ive tried that:). Tried changing in the BIOS and everything but havent got any luck yet:/.
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After perusing your board's manual (pgs. 3.7-3.8, 3.12), I suspect a few settings on the Advanced BIOS Features and Integrated Peripherals pages are a bit off and that's why it's asking you to configure. Because your trying to boot from a SATA drive and not an IDE drive this board wants to know it, i.e. no auto-detect for SATA boot devices. The critical settings on the Advanced BIOS Features page that need to be changed if they're not a match are:

Either "First Boot Device", Second Boot Device", or "Third Boot Device" must say "Hard Disk".

Press enter to get into "Hard Disk BOOT Priority" then set it to boot from the SATA drive it lists. If there is a "Bootable Add In Device" option on the Advanced BIOS Features page in your particular bios version then select [Onboard SATA].

On the OnChip IDE Device page under Intehrated Peripherals the following should also be set if the drive is hooked to the number 1 SATA connector on the board:

Onchip serial ATA mode = IDE
SATA RAID ROM = Enabled
Onchip serial ATA = Enhanced
Serial ATA 1 mode = IDE3 Master

Hopefully this will allow it to at least boot correctly.
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Old 01-14-2007, 07:08 AM
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I dont get the:
Onchip serial ATA mode = IDE
SATA RAID ROM = Enabled

There are many things in the manual that I dont get to choose in the BIOS Setup.
Are my BIOS old maybe?
The 2 CD-Rom are connected to IDE 2 connector on the motherboard, while nothing is in IDE 1. Just feels like im missing something

Cause I got it sent back like this after a company should have fixed another problem with my comp, if I cant fix this today im gonna send it back to them
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Setting "OnChip Serial ATA mode" to IDE tells the bios what type of SATA device is hooked up to the board. IDE is the shorthand description for a SATA hard drive with this board. The software for controlling/interacting with a SATA hard drive connected to this board at the board level is contained within the SATA RAID rom. Frequently in a BIOS, one option has to be set first before you can have access to setting some other option(s). The order in which these options are set is dictated by your manual; that's why I listed the settings in my other post in the particular sequence, from top of post to bottom, I did.
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Thx a bunch for the replys, but im off for vacation for 2 weeks, so I dont have anymore time for this problem. So I'll just send it back to them to fix it free of charge. Damn for them to ruin it for me
Many thanks for the replys though
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who me click for dowload this drivers for audio? Mt Motherboards is RTL811OS/8169S.

I´m Portugues sorry the English
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who me click for dowload this drivers for audio? Mt Motherboards is RTL811OS/8169S.

I´m Portugues sorry the English
RTL811OS is not a motherboard
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where i see the name off motherboard? I dont "posui" the catalg
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Where did you get this computer? Who made the computer? What computer model is it?
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